Gene Simmons' Los Angeles home was searched by police on Thursday. Simmons and his family are not considered suspects. Pictured, from left: Shannon Tweed, Gene Simmons, Sophie Simmons and Nick Simmons at the Spirit of Excellence Awards 2014 in Century City, California, Sept. 23, 2014. Getty

Kiss bassist and co-lead singer Gene Simmons’ home was raided Thursday morning by the Los Angeles Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The rock star and his family are not suspects; however, police received a warrant to search their home.

According to CBS Los Angeles, a representative for Simmons, 65, confirmed that police came to the home to look into a “crime that may have occurred on their property last year while Simmons was away on tour with Kiss.” A source revealed to TMZ that police suspect someone of either downloading child porn onto a computer belonging to a member of the house, or “using their Internet access” to do so. Simmons’ rep reiterated that no one in the family is considered a person of interest, and that they are all “cooperating fully with the investigation.”

Simmons’ wife, Shannon Tweed, 58, took to Twitter Thursday evening to comment on the reports. Their son, Nick, 26, retweeted the post.

Simmons and Tweed’s daughter Sophie, 23, posted a similar message on her Twitter.

Gene Simmons has not commented on the police raid of his home, but his official Twitter account has retweeted multiple stories emphasizing that no members of his family are considered suspects.